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Written By Easy Life on Saturday, October 4, 2014 | 10/04/2014 10:20:00 PM


7th Central Pay Commission – Interim Report : Article by Govtempdiary

"Presently, we consider the interim report as essential due to the important reasons given below:
 1. The 50% DA merger that was allowed in the 5th Pay Commission is not made available now for Central Government employees
 2. Also the inflation rate in the 6th Pay Commission is very high.”

The terms and references of the 7th Central Pay Commission was approved by the cabinet on 28.02.2014. In the terms and references document, in paragraph (h), it has been said that if needed an interim report can be recommended.
“h) To recommend the date of effect of its recommendations on all the above.
The Commission will make its recommendations within 18 months of the date of its constitution.  It may consider, if necessary, sending interim reports on any of the matters as and when the recommendations are finalised.″

After the 7th Central Pay Commission was set up, it obtained terms and references from various stakeholders using the 1st phase of interactions. Now, through the 2nd phase of interactions, inputs are received through meetings held in various important cities of India.


The expectation of many Central government employees now is: “is there a possibility of the 7th Central Pay Commission interim report being released?” In the 5th Pay Commission, considering the inflation rates, when the DA reached 50%, it was merged with the basic salary.

However, in the 6th Pay Commission, nothing about the 50% DA merger has been mentioned. Moreover, comparing the DA increase due to inflation in the 5th Pay Commission, the DA that was given during the 6th Pay Commission taking into account the inflation rate is much higher. I have attached a table below to explain this.

5TH CPC DA
6TH CPC DA
01.01.1996
0%
01.01.2006
0%
01.07.1996
4%
01.07.2006
2%
01.01.1997
8%
01.01.2007
6%
01.07.1997
13%
01.07.2007
9%
01.01.1998
16%
01.01.2008
12%
01.07.1998
22%
01.07.2008
16%
01.01.1999
32%
01.01.2009
22%
01.07.1999
37%
01.07.2009
27%
01.01.2000
38%
01.01.2010
35%
01.07.2000
41%
01.07.2010
45%
01.01.2001
43%
01.01.2011
51%
01.07.2001
45%
01.07.2011
58%
01.01.2002
49%
01.01.2012
65%
01.07.2002
52%
01.07.2012
72%
01.01.2003
55%
01.01.2013
80%
01.07.2003
59%
01.07.2013
90%
01.01.2004
61%
01.01.2014
100%
01.03.2004
DA Merger

NO DA Merger
01.07.2004
14%
01.07.2014
107%
Total % DA
75%
Total % DA
107%

Presently, we consider the interim report as essential due to the important reasons given below:
1. The 50% DA merger that was allowed in the 5th Pay Commission is not made available now for Central Government employees
2. Also the inflation rate in the 6th Pay Commission is very high.

Due to these factors all the Central Government employees naturally expect if they could get any interim relief through an interim report of the 7th Central Pay Commission.

Source: Govtempdiary

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